Tourism In Nigeria
Nigeria, an African country on the Gulf of Guinea, is known for its natural landmarks and wildlife reserves. Safari destinations such as Cross River National Park and Yankari National Park showcase waterfalls, dense rainforest, savanna and rare primate habitats. One of its most recognizable sites is Zuma Rock, a 725m-tall monolith outside the capital of Abuja that’s pictured on the national currency.
Zuma Rock is a large monolith, an igneous intrusion composed of gabbro and granodiorite that is located in Niger State, Nigeria. It rises spectacularly immediately north of Nigeria's capital Abuja, along the main road from Abuja to Kaduna, and is sometimes referred to as the "Gateway to Abuja." Zuma Rock is 725 metres (2,379 ft) above its surroundings
Argungun Fishing Festival, Kebbi State
The Argungu international fishing and cultural festival is the most widely attended in Nigeria and perhaps the oldest known festival of its kind. The festival started initially as an informal family and communal affair, and has undergone several changes and modifications. The main event is the fishing contest in the River Mata Fada. More than 30,000 fishermen had taken part in the annual Argungu fishing contest, using nets and traditional gourds made with calabashes
First Storey Building in Nigeria
It is one time home of Bishop Ajayi Crowther, is undoubtedly the first documented storey building in Nigeria, dating back to 1845 and situated in Badagry. It presently houses some historical relics such as the the materials used in the construction of the house itself, as well as the items used by the early missionaries such as the first English Bible and the Yoruba version as translated by Bishop Ajayi Crowther